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holmes is refusing to cooperate ahead of his court appearance which happens this morning. right now he is in solitary confinement. alicia acuna is live outside the courthouse in centennial, colorado, where this will play out in next couple hours. how is this expected to go? >> reporter: this could all be over with in five minutes or less. this is just the beginning of the process. it is set to begin at 11:30 eastern, 9:30 local. holmes could be advised of his rights. the government has 72 hours to file formal charges from the time of the advisement and bond could be set. right now he is being represented by a public defender, however, that could change. we will have a few people in the courthouse behind me here today. we'll bring that information to you live. martha? martha: you had an opportunity to talk to one much these sheeting victims who hopes to be there when this plays out in the courtroom today, right? >> reporter: absolutely, yes i did. her name is mikhail la hicks. she and her friend laurie were actually in theater 8. this was the theater next to theater nine, the one where
murderer in the movie massacre, james holmes faces a judge learning charges against him for the first time. expected to be hit with two counts of murder but there could be dozens. good morning everybody, i hope you had a good weekend. i'm bill hemmer. martha has vacation. >> i'm hither childers. today's hearing will be closed to cameras because of request for the defense. bill: last week we had a camera in the courtroom. this week not alicia acuna leads the coverage in colorado. what do we expect this morning, alicia. >> reporter: it will a busy day in court. james holmes will likely hear the charges against him. the defense has the right to waive the reading of those charges out loud in court. beyond the expectation of the 12 first demurder charges other chars could range in the hundreds. holmes is not expected to enter a plea. in fact he does not have to speak at all. he will need to acknowledge he understands the charges against him. there has been a lot of discussion in the legal community about holmes possible defense as well. take a listen. >> i expect they will pursue insanity. ther
is james holmes, 24-year-old. >> steve: lots coverage all day on the fox news channel. thank you for joining us. we'll see you back here on monday. a gunman many people killed. at least 12 confirmed dead. many others are injured. some of them quite seriously. in all 50 people were shot and now we're waiting to hear from the colorado police department as crews swarm the suspect's apartment. good morning everyone i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer here in "america's newsroom.". >> what a shocking day in colorado. i'm jamie colby for martha maccallum today jaime: the suspect is in custody. police identify him as james holmes. witness reports say he entered the theater wear aghast mask, set off tear goose and opened fire. the look at chilling video taken by someone inside the theater as people are seen running for their lives. >> leave from here. leave from here. [shouting]. [inaudible conversations] >> somebody has been shot. >> who got shot? >> there is blood out there. jaime: blood right there, heard on this video. just some of the horror that we've seen, those of us covering th
, not normal at all. the shooter was found outside. he has been identified 24-year-old james holmes. he lives in aurora. he was wearing a bulletproof vest. he was caught with a rifle and a shotgun. we now know that he also had a gas mask on and he told police there were explosives in his apartment. so far they have found no explosives. we're doing some background check on james holmes. we so far learned all we can find related to criminal activity was a traffic ticket that he got back in 2011. they did say they found some items of interest inside his home. they have not told us what those were. earlier now, listen to the aurora police chief. >> we know that the gunman opened fire. now i'm saying the gunman because as of right now we only know of one gun man, okay? we have no evidence of any additional shooters. police officers responded. and found the gunman in the back of the theater, out in the parking lot near a car, in possession of a gas mask and at least a rifle and a handgun. there are additional, at least one additional weapon was found inside. >> reporter: for some context on aurora,
this morning and police say that the 24-year-old suspect, james holmes is refusing to cooperate ahead of his court appearance which happens this morning. right now he is in solitary confinement. alicia acuna is live outside the courthouse in centennial, colorado, where this will play out in next couple hours. how is this expected to go? >> reporter: this could all be over with in five minutes or less. this is just the beginning of the process. it is set to begin at 11:30 eastern, 9:30 local. holmes could be advised of his rights. the government has 72 hours to file formal charges from the time of the advisement and bond could be set. right now he is being represented by a public defender, however, that could change. we will have a few people in the courthouse behind me here today. we'll bring that information to you live. martha? martha: you had an opportunity to talk to one much these sheeting victims who hopes to be there when this plays out in the courtroom today, right? >> reporter: absolutely, yes i did. her name is mikhail la hicks. she and her friend laurie were actually
is a psychiatrist at the university of colorado medical center, who according to court documents was treating holmes and to whom he sent a package. fox and other news outlets said that package contained a notebook which holmes reportedly dei would at that the killings. the defense has filed a motion that package be turned over immediately. bill: a lot to go through. alicia acuna thank you. the deeper it gets. more coming up on the story. holmes would potentially face hundreds of charges today. plus what about his behavior in and outside of the courtroom? is it an act? our panel will debate that. heather. heather: three of the victims were laid to recent over the weekend in three different states including the man who seized his girlfriends life by shielding her from the bullets. matt mcquinn dove in front of samantha lawler. jessica ghawi was remembered by friends and family. 200 people attended a private service for air force staff sergeant jesse childress. he remembered at air force base in aurora, colorado. more funerals are scheduled this week. >>> governor mitt romney landing in poland a short
holmes was in court yesterday. he is expected to be formally charged next monday. martha: what a moment that was watching him in court yesterday. so we're hearing now about some new scares in four separate states that involved people going to see the "batman" movie. in new jersey police got a call after somebody opened up an emergency exit during the showing of the film. that would understandably rattle folks in the audience. so the police stopped the movie. they asked that person to come forward. when to no one did they can selled the movie and everybody got their money back. three men were arrested in theaters across the country in separate incidents for making threats during or after watching the movie, batman "the dark knight." that is tricky one. you want to encourage everybody to go back into the theaters. bill: conduct a normal life or try. martha: it is eerie feeling for anybody sitting in the movie. bill: it was eerie watching him court yesterday. we're getting our first look inside the apartment of the shooting suspect. what james holmes was hiding and why he might have rigged
-old james holmes now facing 24 counts of murder, two for each one of the victims and 116 counts of attempted murder. alicia acuna is live in colorado with more on the state's case going forward. so, alicia, where do we go from here? >> reporter: hi, heather. next up is a hearing set for next thursday where the judge in the case will address a motion by more than two dozen, or nearly two dozen media organizations including fox news whether to unseal documents in the case. the defense requested that the judge limit the amount of information released to public on james holmes and what investigators say they found and heard as events were developing. the media is arguing the public has a right to know. >> i would say that a crime of this sort, when there's a crime of this sort, it is a tremendous public interest to be able to monitor the criminal justice system and that's why the news media as the eyes and ears for the public has asked the court to create transparency and allow the public to monitor the proceedings of the criminal justice system. >> reporter: the defense's argument is to release
on this exclusive report from foxnews.com that james holmes sent a notebook detailing to a psychiatrist how he was going to kill people. now this was a notebook, according to law enforcement sources, that was sent to this psychiatrist before the shooting. and according to the report, that notebook was actually not delivered and may have sat in the mailroom at the university of colorado medical center since july 12th. this is something that the university is now denying in a press release. bill? bill: alicia, what also are you hearing from survivors about hearing earlier in the week? >> reporter: monday's, hearing, yes, there are some survivors we are talking to they wish the judge would allow cameras in the courtroom when james holmes finds out exactly what the charges against him will be. judge william sylvester did allow the pool camera to shoot the advisement hearing. that is when we saw holmes with blank stares and bright hair. some victim families and survivors were there. they wish he would make a different decision going forward. >> he wanted attention and he should get every bit of it,
holmes, we saw him in court earlier this week, reportedly telling a staff member at the jail telling them he doesn't know why he is there. the worker telling the newspaper no one at the jail is buying the amnesia act. alicia acuna is live in aurora, colorado, as she has been for the very latest. what do you know about this report? >> reporter: rick, this report is in the "new york daily news" and according to the details james holmes is apparently also complaining about the food in the jail. he is also complaining about a stomach ache. in addition to telling jail workers that he just simply doesn't know why he is at the detention facility. the jail staff who talked to the "new york daily news", they don't have any sympathy for him but during holz one hour outside solitary con pinement he wears a bulletproof vest because the detention facility is concerned other inmates may attack him. holmes is in court this monday and will face formal charges filed against him this monday, rick. rick: more funerals today, alicia report report three more funerals are set today. five people remain in criti
that could be in store for tom cruise and katie holmes. love hurts, love wounds. ♪ gregg: new jersey governor chris christie is famous for his, well, brutal candor. a reminder of that in a news conference about a water emergency in the state. the governor lashed out at a reporter who asked an unrelated we. take a look. >> did i stay on top stpheubg are yotopic? are you stupid? on topic, on topic. next yes. good, thank you all very much and i'm sorry for the idiot over there. take care. gregg: stupid, idiot. yeah back in march christie called a former navy seal an idiot as well during a shouting match in a down hall meeting. the governor says he has no regrets. a little anger management might help the governor. it seems like he better a little hot under that big collar of his. heather: is his honesty pre freshing. gregg: it can be, as long as it's appropriate. calling a navy seal an idiot is awful. heather: that isn't appropriate. there r-r tremors in tinsel town this weekend after the split of hollywood's high profile couples. katie holmes and tom cruise. attorneys say they have fait
of reports out on james holmes. he remains in solitary confinement in the arapaho county detention facility. there were reports out he is actually spitting at the guards every time they walk by and now he is being forced to put a mask on at certain times because of that. also, there are some reports out that when police first apprehended him, they put plastic bags over his hands to sort of preserve that gunpowder residue they say was on his hands. they say in these reports, that he was using his hands almost like puppets, pretending like they were puppets. who knows what that means. additionally the judge in the case that says cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom on monday when james holmes learns what the formal charges to be filed against him will be. of course a camera as allowed in the courtroom this past monday when his rights were read, however we will not see him again this come monday. bill: alicia acuna, back live in aurora, colorado, today, thank you. martha: all right, we've got some brand new poll numbers this morning. and they show that voters believe that governor romn
information coming out enconcluding a report out, a couple of reports out on james holmes. he remains in solitary confinement in the arapaho county detention facility. there were reports out he is actually spitting at the guards every time they walk by and now he is being forced to put a mask on at certain times because of that. also, there are some reports out that when police first apprehended him, they put plastic bags over his hands to sort of preserve that gunpowder residue they say was on his hands. they say in these reports, that he was using his hands almost like puppets, pretending like they were puppets. who knows what that means. additionally the judge in the case that says cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom on monday when james holmes learns what the formal charges to be filed against him will be. of course a camera as allowed in the courtroom this past monday when his rights were read, however we will not see him again this come monday. bill: alicia acuna, back live in aurora, colorado, today, thank you. martha: all right, we've got some brand new poll numbers t
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